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About foxopomp

Sarah Fox is the author of Because Why and The First Flag, both from Coffee House Press. She lives in Chicago, next to and overlooking a cemetery whose eclectic populace issues occult provocations, by way of the wind, into her dreams, diagnostics, and distractions. Sarah teaches poetics, practices astrology, encapsulates placentas, serves as a doula, and is co-janitor (with Lucas de Lima) at the Center for Visionary Disobedience. Contact her here for more info on astrology readings, poetry readings, private poetics and astro workshops, making placenta medicine, doula services, or other simpatico salutations. <3

Again Marina Again

James Wagner generously posted this email I sent him to his Mobile Reviews blog, having asked on behalf of Bracha Etinger to think about why Marina cried when I sat with her. I feel like toward the latter half of … Continue reading

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The Great Goddess is Everyone

Inspired by my residency at the American Craft Council’s library in NE Minneapolis, and a photograph by Jane Ellen Gilmor I discovered in a book there.    

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Placenta 2.0

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Identity, Wandering

I look forward to making a new performance and learning a new way of creating in conjunction with this Soap Factory exhibit which I have not yet seen. Yesterday I realized that my desire to live in a collective community … Continue reading

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Susana Gardner generously tagged me for The Next Big Thing interview series, conveniently providing a framework and impetus for producing an inaugural post on this my first kinda flopsy little cybershack. Thanks Susana! 😉 QUESTIONS: What is the working title … Continue reading

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